Listen to Skrillex’s star-studded new single, ‘Supersonic (My Existence)’

Skrillex has teamed up with Dutch drum ’n’ bass trio Noisia, R&B artist Josh Pan and hyperpop producer Dylan Brady (best known as one-half of 100 Gecs) for a bassy new single titled ‘Supersonic (My Existence)’.

It’s somewhat of a throwback for the EDM superstar, with its focal point a bold, glitch-inflicted bass drop. Recent years have seen Skrillex distance himself from his pseudo-dubstep roots, with recent material centred around minimalistic, hip-hop influenced beats.

Wrap your ears around ‘Supersonic (My Existence)’ below:

The new track lands as Skrillex’s third single for 2021, following ‘Butterflies’ (featuring Four Tet and Starrah) and ‘Too Bizarre’ (featuring Swae Lee and Siiickbrain), both of which were released in May.

Skrillex has been hard at work on his second full-length studio album, teasing on social media that its release is imminent. Assuming it’s due to land in 2021, LP2 will arrive over six years since he first started talking about it.

His debut album, ‘Recess’, was surprise-released in March of 2014, and lauded by NME as “galactic, explosive and slam-bang”.

‘Recess’ was followed in 2015 by a collaborative album with Diplo, released eponymously under their Jack Ü moniker. NME was also keen on that eight-track offering, with writer David Renshaw noting that “although much of it coasts along on autopilot, it can be outrageously good fun”.

Noisia released their second album, ‘Outer Edges’, in 2016. The trio initially announced their split in 2019, with a farewell tour scheduled for the following year. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic squashed those touring plans, yet the band have remained active nonetheless.

Josh Pan’s most recent EP, ‘The World Within’, was released in 2018 through Skrillex’s label OWSLA. That same year, the singer-songwriter released a 17-minute spoken word project, ‘A Phonecall with God’.

100 Gecs released their debut album, ‘1000 Gecs’, in 2019. It was followed last year by the remix album ‘1000 Gecs and the Tree of Clues’, featuring input from Charli XCX, Fall Out Boy and more. NME gave it a four-star review, saying it offered “an exhilarating snapshot of pop’s alternative future”.

You can view the original article HERE.

David Lynch’s Wife Emily Stofle Files for Divorce
Second-Chance-Romance Books | POPSUGAR Entertainment
Britney Spears Rushes to Vet in Medical Emergency During Birthday Celebration
Boyz II Men turned the Chili’s jingle into a love song
Aquaman and Thor Get Beef, as Chris Hemsworth and Jason Momoa Trade Muscle Jibes on TikTok
Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget Review
“I Don’t Need People Fainting in the Theater”
Godzilla Minus One movie review (2023)
SZA was “frustrated” at the time that Rihanna used ‘Consideration’ on ‘ANTI’
The Pogues’ ‘Fairytale of New York’ re-enters Top 40 following Shane MacGowan’s death
Julianna Margulies issues apology for offending Black and queer communities
Shane MacGowan’s sister on how ‘Fairytale of New York’ “captured what Christmas was like”
76ers’ Oubre expected to return next week
Durant moves into 10th on NBA’s all-time scoring list in loss to Nuggets
Tiger cards up-and-down 70 as Spieth, Scheffler share lead in Bahamas
Can England Win Euro 2024? The Key Factors
Young Sheldon Star Iain Armitage Meets Former Co-Star After Three Years
House of the Dragon Season 2 Teaser Trailer Sets Up the Mother of All Wars
The Boys Season 4 Teaser Trailer Features Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Mysterious New Character
Patina Miller & MeKai Curtis Talk Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 3 & Raq and Kanan’s Relationship
Tod’s Names New Designer! Matteo Tamburini Is Now Creative Director
Moose Knuckles & Carlos Nazario Get The Gang Together
Cynthia Erivo’s Valentino Look at Alvin Ailey Opening Gala
Inside The Daily’s Visit To Hardy’s Holiday Village and The Grand Lodge at Nemacolin